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FGCUANT 2000WahlbergSummer

ANT 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Forensic Anthropology, American Anthropological Association, Informed Consent

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Archeology tends to study material culture; biological anthropologists tend to study biological remains. Anthropological archeologist reconstructs huma
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ANT 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Kalahari Desert, San People, Mbuti People

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Until about 12,000 years ago all humans were foragers. However, environmental differences did create substantial contrasts among the world"s foragers.
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FGCUANT 2000WahlbergSummer

ANT 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Robin Lakoff, Kinesics, Linguistic Performance

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The natural communication system of other primates (monkeys and apes) are call systems. Call systems: systems of communication among nonhuman primates
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FGCUANT 2000WahlbergSummer

ANT 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Ancient Society, Edward Burnett Tylor, Trobriand Islands

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Chapter 13 notes: method and theory in cultural anthropology. Ethnographers strive to establish rapport, a good, friendly working relationship based on
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FGCUANT 2000WahlbergSummer

ANT 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Clifford Geertz, Ethnocentrism, Cultural Rights

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British anthropologist, sir edward taylor, proposed that cultures-systems of human behavior and thought- obey natural laws and therefore can be studied
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FGCUANT 2000WahlbergSummer

ANT 2000 Chapter 11: Chapter 11 notes: The first Farmers

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The broad-spectrum revolution in europe includes, the late paleolithic and the mesolithic, which followed it. Mesolithic: stone toolmaking-emphasizing
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ANT 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Indus River, Robert L. Carneiro, Urban Revolution

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ANT 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Punctuated Equilibrium, Mendelian Inheritance, Chromosome

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Compared with other animals, humans have uniquely varied ways- cultural and biological- of adapting to environmental stresses. During the 18th century,
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FGCUANT 2000WahlbergSummer

ANT 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ethnography, Anorexia Nervosa, Primatology

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Anthropology: study of the human species and its immediate ancestors. Holistic: encompasses past, present, and future; biology, society, language, and
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FGCUANT 2000WahlbergSummer

ANT 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Foramen Magnum, Sahelanthropus, Brain Size

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Ardipithecus: the earliest widely hominin genus indicates a capacity-albeit an imperfect one- for upright bipedal locomotion. Their pelvis appears to b
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FGCUANT 2000WahlbergSummer

ANT 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Morton Fried, Elman Service, Conflict Resolution

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Morton fried offered the following definition of political organization. Political organization compromises those portions of social organization that
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FGCUANT 2000WahlbergSummer

ANT 2000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Sunburn, 23Rd Parallel North, Rickets

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Historically, scientist have approached the study of human biological diversity in two main ways: (1) racial classification (now largely abandoned) ver
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